Julia Prior Associate
“I can't thank Julia Prior enough for all she has done for me and the astonishing results she has achieved. ”
Julia deals with all types of personal injury claims
Main areas of practice
Her main areas of practice include accidents at work claims, occupiers and public liability claims and brain injury claims. She has particular interest in motorcycle accident claims and accidents involving animals.
Julia's clients are mainly people who have suffered injuries through no fault of their own. She also undertakes some work for defendants.
- £20,000 for a client who was abused by a teaching assistant at her school
- £60,000 for a pedestrian who was knocked down by a car in Lyndhurst and suffered a head injury
- £26,434 for a lady who fell over an A sign which had been left out on the pavement, and who suffered a broken shoulder
- £7,000 of compensation recovered for hearing loss arising out of exposure to noise at work
- £30,000 of compensation for crush injury to little finger of the Claimant in a wood chipper incident
- £35,000 of compensation recovered for a Client who had been hit by a car on a petrol station forecourt
- £3,500 of compensation recovered for a Client who had been kicked by a horse
- Over £30,000 of compensation recovered for a minor who had been injured when falling off horse that was spooked
- Highway tripping case settles shortly before final hearing for £8,000
Julia is a member of our rural team and is the team's equine specialist.
Julia is a trustee at Smile 4 Wessex.
“I would like to thank Julia Prior for her help. I am very pleased with the outcome.”
“Julia Prior was excellent in all aspects of my claim, especially being in constant contact with me and dealing with my claim quickly.”
Articles by Julia
In the News
Our specialist personal injury team have a wealth of experience handling asbestos claims. One of our experts Julia Prior discusses her experiences settling claims for mesothelioma - the most deadly asbestos related disease.
In the News
Accidents on the road involving horses is on the increase. What does the Highway Code say about horses on the roads? Our expert Julia Prior explains what you need to know to stay safe.
In the News
I read with interest recently about a case brought by a horse owner Brian Lear who had parked his horse lorry in the Hickstead Showground in West Sussex. He had been directed as to where to park by an employee of the security company engaged by Hickstead.